Pumpkin Trail

Family Event
Mon 26th October 2020 to Sat 31st October 2020
Halloween, Burton Constable Hall, Hull, East Yorkshire

Our expert pumpkin patrol has been busy planting pumpkins in places you would never think to look! 


Make sure you keep your eyes peeled. Search high and low but be wary of witches, werewolves or any other horrid Halloween monsters lurking around our Grounds - they're protecting our pumpkins. 


At each pumpkin patch you will uncover a secret letter, you’ll have to collect them all and keep a note of them on your task sheet, in order to spell the name of something spooky. 


If you manage to spell the secret word, you can treat yourself with some of the surprises in your Halloween goodie bag (add this at the checkout for £2 when booking). 


Details:


Dates: Mon 26th-Sat 31st

Times: 10am-5pm

Tickets: To attend this event, please book your Grounds ticket in advance. 


Covid-19 Guidelines: As this activity is outdoors, we have plenty of open space to place our pumpkins and keep you all distanced. However, as we can expect a higher number of visitors, we ask that people remain socially distanced at all times and be patient if they arrive at a pumpkin which already has visitors there. Please, refrain from handling any of the pumpkins or displays. There are hand sanitisers to use on arrival, before eating and departing. 


Contact Information:

joelpeart@burtonconstable.com

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